Monday, October 15, 2012

Pumpkin Pi Onesie

I'm guest blogging today over at Everyday Art as part of their Pumpkin Palooza celebration!

Come on over for more details about Anson's new Pumpkin Pi onesie.

Besides getting a free printable pattern for this easy project, you'll also get to see more pictures of this cute boy wearing his fun new shirt.

And there just might be a picture of Anson taking one of his very first crawl/scoots to come and grab my camera....but you'll have to click over to see it...

And if you love math enough to consider making a Pumpkin Pi Onesie for your little one, you'll definitely want to enter my current giveaway for a Pi Necklace from Boutique Academia.  The giveaway is open until March 18th at 12:00am.

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  1. Great guest post. I tried to make a comment on Everyday Art, but maybe they don't have comments? I couldn't find anything but the Pinterest link, and I'm not a pinning gal...yet... Love Anson's crawling shot. This great onesie will get triple use: Halloween, Thanksgiving, AND Pi Day. Smart mama.

  2. Love the shirt! It is darling. What a clever idea.

  3. Ok that is super adorable. I call my 9 month old grandson pumpkin pie. I just have to make him one of these!!

  4. How adorable! I am an engineer so I always love geeky things like this! Stopping by from Somewhat Simple.

  5. How sweet! This is so versatile for boys and girls. I would love for you to share it at my Freebie Friday Link Party at

  6. This idea literally made me laugh out loud. I may have to do this on a tshirt for my 4 yr old son. Nice one. I'd love for you to link it here:

  7. That is SO cute! If I hadn't featured you last week, I so would feature this one :)


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